Treatment Options For Overactive Bladder

  Bladder conditions, such as overactive bladder (OAB), have become such an overwhelming medical concern for people in the U.S. today, that the American Urological Association has named November “Bladder Health Month.” In an effort to raise public awareness and decrease the stigma associated with bladder issues, the AUA is hoping to improve the lives […]

New Annual Incontinence Screenings For Women

  Urinary incontinence may sound like something that only affects middle-aged men and the elderly, but this is not the case. According to a recent recommendation from the Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI), people shouldn’t wait until they develop incontinence symptoms to see a doctor; they should be proactive and take preventative measures when they […]

Does OAB Lead to a Higher Fall Risk?

  For those who suffer from an overactive bladder (OAB), the constant need for bathroom breaks can be annoying, embarrassing and a big interruption to everyday life. And if OAB is causing the need for frequent bathroom trips during the night, also known as Nocturia, it can become a  safety concern. People with OAB often […]

Incontinence vs OAB: Understanding the Difference

  Overactive Bladder (OAB) and Incontinence often get confused for the same condition. Both involve a malfunction in the bladder and can result in constant trips to the restroom or embarrassing leakage. However, OAB and incontinence are two different conditions that require different treatments. The first step toward treatment for either problem is recognizing which […]

Is Testosterone Therapy The Answer To ED?

  Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, is not a rare occurrence. It affects 52 percent of men between the ages of 40-70. However, due to the complexity of the erection process, treatment for ED remains a process of trial and error. Thanks to the ad campaigns of Viagra, which hit the market in 1998, men know […]

Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

  According to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, 52 percent of men in the U.S. age 40-70 experience some sort of erectile dysfunction, or ED. However, it doesn’t just affect men in this age group. Another study on the prevalence of ED found that 26 percent of its participants were under the age of 40. […]

You’re Not Alone With BPH: Men’s Health Seminar

Did you know that 8 in 10 men will develop an Enlarged Prostate (BPH) in their lifetime? If you’re one of these men, you know the symptoms all too well. Finding it difficult or uncomfortable to urinate, having a weakened urine stream or needing to urinate frequently are all common examples and become more prevalent […]

Top 3 Common Senior Health Questions Answered

Community Health Seminar We are proud to present a free community health seminar in collaboration with Garden Plaza at Lawrenceville on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018. Dr. Naveen Arora, an expert urologist specializing in OAB, urinary incontinence, kidney stone disease, and all aspects of urology surgery, will be educating seniors about the top three most common […]

From Dysfunction to Date Night: Men’s Health Seminar

  Don’t let your libido ruin the mood. Join Coloplast and Advanced Urology for a provocatively informative seminar about improving your erectile dysfunction. To celebrate our first time at the Atlanta Pride Festival this year, we are honoring the LGBT community by encouraging men and their partners specifically to attend this event. On November 15, […]